The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Miss Marker And Allan Bode Of Algona To Wed PATRICIA BARKER Mr. and Mrs. Holland Barker, Ocheyedan, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Allan Floyd Bode of Algona. Both Miss Barker and Mr. Bode are upperclassmen at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Miss Barker is majoring in sociology and Bode in Spanish and education. A Nov. 13 wedding is planned at Iowa City. Vietnam Aid Fund Sponsored By Marine Reserves The U. S. Marine Corps Reserve is sponsoring a fund the use of which is to provide, through CARE, Inc., food, textiles, tools, health needs, school supplies, etc. for war-weary people in Viet Nam. Checks or money orders as contributions can be forwarded to Captain R. M. Thoreson, USMCR, box 195, Algona, and they will be forwarded to the Marine Corps Civic Action Fund for Vietnam in Washington. Pheasants Are Few High winds and a scarcity of pheasants anyway combined to make the opening of the Minnesota pheasant season one of the worst on record, reports from 'SNOW USE Putting Off Winter PROTECTION Don't wait until the little woman gets you up at midnight to close out those cold winter drafts. Fix yourself *ome low- cost storm windows out of WarpV FI.EX-O.GI.ASS. It's easy! Just cut with shears . . . tack over screens or frames. Warp's genuine, crystal-clear FLKX-O-GI.ASS holds IN heat- keeps OUT cold . . . saves up to 40% on fuels costs. Lasts for years at a fraction the cost of Klass. Only 90# a square yard at your local hardware or lumber dealer. southern Minnesota indicate. There were almost 50 percent fewer hunters than In previous years, the reports said. Erpelding Boys Enter Steers At International Two Kossuth county 4-H members, Donald and Kenneth Erpelding, 13 and 17 years old, are among the early intrants from Iowa in the 1965 International Live Stock Exposition, the show management reports. Both will be exhibiting purebred steers in the exposition's junior division in which 4-H and F. F. A. members will compete in showing steers, lambs and hogs they have raised as club projects. The Chicago show will celebrate its 66th anniversary this year as the country's largest stock show., Nov. 26 to Dec. 4. An English brewery offered to help the Red Cross blood donor drive by exchanging beer, pint for pint, for blood. 5504 In County Get Free T-B Chest X-Roys A total of 5054 persons in Kossuth County received chest X-rays during the community- wide chest X-ray program conducted here recently. The free chest X-rays were provided to those adults 18 years old and over in various communities throughout the county. One X-ray unit from the State Department of Health was in the county a total of 15 days during the program. The unit by servicing the number that it did, operated at 85% of capacity during the time it was in Kossuth County. "Volunteers who served during this program deserve a special vote of thanks," said Joe Straub, chairman of the Xray program. "We know that these people must have a sincere interest to take time for this project." "The newspapers throughout the county were extremely cooperative in helping make this event a success, and Radio Station KLGA in Algona was tre- Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Tuesday, Novambw 2, 1965 mendous in giving constant reminders dally over the air." "Mr, chet Schoby, president of the Kossuth County TB and Health Association and 1 appreciate the service given by all who helped in this program," concluded Mr. Straub. This program is provided through funds derived from the Christmas Seal Campaign. FllflT IIU1 MRS. HILDA Gronwall went to St. Cloud, Minn. Saturday and visited her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronwall who took her to Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday to take a plane to San Diego, Calif, where she will spend the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Sayles. She will also visit another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gronwall at Fullerton. MRS. STELLA Vipond and other relatives were visited this week by Lloyd Collinson and his wife of Oroville, Calif. Lloyd is the son of the Art Colllnsons, who lived here some time ago, and a nephew of Mrs. Vipond and Mrs. Lela Prahl. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gartner Ewen, Amboy, Minn. MRS. RAY WESSEL is home from University hospital, Iowa City, where she had gone for a chock-up. MR. AND MRS. Albert Slobe went to Ames Oct. 23 to attend Parents Day. Their son Rick is a student at the University. MR. AND MRS. Newton Heiter have received word of the death of Wilbur Foxwell recently at Olytnpia, Wash. His wife was the former Mabel Raney who died a few years ago and was well known in this vicinity. FLOYD. HOLT is in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, having a medical check-up. His brother Merle of Humboldt is also there for treatment of a back ailment. They are sharing the same room. PUBLIC AUCTION REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE FRED SCHURG ESTATE November 8,1965 at 1:00 p.m. Real Estate described as follows, to wit; East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E'/ 2 NW!4), Section Eighteen (18), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. Terms of sale of said real estate will be cash with the purchaser paying 20% down upon signing a contract at the close of the auction and the balance due and payable on or before March 1, 1966 when possession will be given to the purchaser. An abstract of title will be provided for examination by the purchaser. This real estate will be sold immediately following the sale of the following personal property. PERSONAL PROPERTY (AUTOAND MACHINERY) 1955 5 Door Ford Auto; SC Case Tractor w/2r cultivator; a single row horse drawn cultivator 7' mower; IHC manure spreader; 2 row planter; IHC 2-14" plow; grain binder; 4 section drag; steel wheel wagon w/triple box; 300 gal. gas barrel; 10' x 12' JD disc; JD elevator; steel wheel wagon w/flat bed; posts (steel & cedar); hand tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND ANTIQUES Elec. refrigerator, Youngstown kitchen sink; combination stove; oak dining table w/ 7 chairs & buffet; davenport and chair; library table; kneehole desk; coal heater; elec. washing machine; rocking chair (Kennedy style); 2 bedroom sets; many smaller items — Antiques include several kerosene lamps including a double globe painted lamp; metal bound trunk; flat irons w/handles; dishes. All personal property to be settled for before removal. For details see any of the following: SALE TO BE AT THE FARM LOCATED: 1/2 Mile South and % Mile West of Whittemore, Iowa. Harold F. Schurg, Executor Ruthven, Iowa — Tel. 837-4812 Charlie Quinn, Auctioneer Bancroft, Iowa — Tel. 5061 L. W. Nitchals, Atty. of Record Algona, Iowa - Tel. 295-2713 (81 & 82)

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